This week, we finish our How to Read the Bible podcast series with one final Q+R episode where we answer questions like, “How do we know Paul’s letters are authentic?” and “Are morning devotionals still okay?” Tune in to hear your questions answered!
- Is there still a role for devotional reading? (02:12)
- Did the New Testament authors take the Old Testament out of context? (07:20)
- How much of the Hebrew Scriptures did Paul expect the Gentiles to know? (15:30)
- How much context do we need to really understand the letters? (21:37)
- How was Paul able to write letters while in prison? (30:38)
- Could the use of scribes explain differences in Paul’s style? (35:38)
- How do we apply Paul’s words in Romans to our context today? (42:42)
- G. Beale, The Right Doctrine from the Wrong Texts?: Essays on the Use of the Old Testament in the New
- Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P., Paul the Letter-Writer: His World, His Options, His Skills
- Randolph Richards, Paul and First-Century Letter Writing: Secretaries, Composition and Collection
- Scot McKnight, Reading Romans Backwards
- Scot McKnight, The Blue Parakeet
- Defender Instrumental by Tents
Show produced by Dan Gummel and Camden McAfee.
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